Subject: Re: Mac Classic II
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From: CS major) < (Nakata Ken>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 05/21/1994 11:28:24
>From: Rob Cascella <>
>Date: Thu, 19 May 1994 13:55:37 -0400 (EDT)
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>Ok, this has *probably* already been covered (at one time or another) on
>this list, but I was wondering if macbsd has yet been coded to run on a
>Mac Classic II...  At last that I heard, it was only running on the cx,
>partly on the ci, the si, I think, and the se/30.  Has this information
>changed, or am I still screwed??

MacBSD currently runs on II with PMMU, IIx (theoretically?), IIcx, IIci,
and SE/30.

>Also, if it has not yet been done, are there plans to have macbsd ported
>to run on a Mac Classic II?? 

I have absolutely no idea how similar SE/30 and C2 are in their
logic circuits.  If you have C2, why not get an FPU and try? (at
least you need an FPU, for sure)

>Grateful if anyone can help,

Hope this helps